Mt. St. Helens

Mt. Saint Helens on Mt. St. Helens is rugged country mt biking with amazing views looking directly into the opening of the mountain crater. With 83 miles of trails, there’s enough to ride for several days of adventure. Access North Side Trails: Coldwater Lake Take I-5 north to Woodland, WA and take Hwy 503 … Read More

About Us

NWTA MISSION Our mission is to advocate for new trails, to protect, improve, and build sustainable mountain bike trails, and to create recreation opportunities for mountain biking. Who We Are We are an organized and motivated group of volunteers with over 30 years advocating for access to trails, building trails, and maintaining trails. We are … Read More

Rocky Point Access

Location, Access, and Navigation The main entrance point for the trails is the Centra Rocky Point Trailhead Parking on Rocky Point road. Enter these GPS coordinates in Google Maps ( 45.696440, -122.888456 ). There is some room to park along the road downhill from this entrance. Please park efficiently and angle park as much as … Read More

Portland Parks Board Seeks New Members

Post from the Portland Parks & Recreation website. Deadline for Applicants – April 10, 2020 Staff Liaison – Brooke Gardner, 503-823-5135 Application – Portland Parks & Recreation (PP&R) cares for and maintains more than 11,000 acres of lands and offers thousands of programs for all ages at its community centers, swimming pools, and other … Read More

Cascade Locks

Cascade Locks on Located along the banks of the Columbia River in Cascade Locks, the EasyClimb trail system is close to home for riders from the Portland area and is perfect for kids, families and newer riders, as well as experienced folk looking for a great looped trail system with views.  The area has … Read More

Klootchy Creek

Klootchy Creek Trails on Oregon’s newest MTB specific riding area. Just off Hwy26 before merging to the 101. Parking at the well marked Klootchy Creek Park. Also a fly fishing destination. Access A free acess permit is required. Click here to sign up online. Create an account, then request an Oregon Permit. A printable … Read More

Tillamook State Forest

Tillamook State Forest on Approximately 40 miles west of Portland lies the 364,000 acre Tillamook State Forest. The Tillamook State Forest provides over 50 miles of multi-use and MTB specific trails open to riding in lush and somewhat dense Douglas-fir groves. Most trails can be ridden year round with minimal trail impact, which is … Read More

Powell Butte

Powell Butte Nature Park on Powell Butte is a 611 acre Portland City Nature park located in outer East portland with about 10 miles of bikable trails and double track and many more open to hiking and trail running. The top of the butte is at several 100 feet of elevation with a 360 … Read More